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This week Deshaun Sheppard and I discuss the upcoming American Music Awards and why we probably won’t be watching, Chris Brown’s anger problems, Miley Cyrus bleaching her eyebrows, the new “Bound 2″ video by Kanye West, the Carolina Panthers recent wins streak, and more. Plus, “Who is Chuki creeping on?” the “WTF of the week”, looking back, and what we’re looking forward to.
More commercials are showing interracial couples but there are many people who dissaprove of them even family members. On the next BadBoy/Doc we urge interracial couples to call into the show to talk about their experiences and share with us how they manage to thrive despite some of the negativity and raised eyebrows they often get in public. We also urge those who have an opinion to call into the show as well.
BEAUTY IS SLEEP; SLEEP BEAUTY...
SLEEP cannot be compromised. It is essential to beauty and health.
Pick-Up the mirror...do you see a wrinkle or wrinkles that weren't there a week ago. What could have changed in your life, could it be you're not getting enough SLEEP.
There is no quick fix to getting enough SLEEP, it's mandatory. Considering botox between the eyebrows...can help fake it in the short term to look rested but it does not address the root of the problem.
There is no magic formula to getting enough SLEEP, it's relative and you have to design a plan that works for you.
Fall in love with...etc.
Create a ritual...etc.
Anxiety is the...etc.
SLEEP is delicious...etc.
Reactions of game 3 and who has the advantage going into Miami. The comments of the owner "California Chrome" raises eyebrows about who should compete for a triple crown. Call da asylum and let us know what you think about the NBA Finals and the Belmont Stakes.
We're back May 16th with a fresh program.
Open Carry. Are people really freaked out when they see someone lawfully carrying a gun in an open manner? Gun control fanatics would have you think so, but we'll share evidence to the contrary.
Meanwhile, Doug's been doing things that have raised eyebrows at home. No, he's not on the outs with the family, but he's been sleeping on the back porch this week. We'll let him explain way.
Doug's also been resurrecting an old bike found at a thrift store. While there seems to be bicycle boom going on in the city, you don't see many bikes in the 'burbs anymore. If you've been to a metal recycler lately, chances are you've seen nearly new bikes piled in the scrap heap. What's up with that?
Potential political topics we may tackle:
Some MSM folk seem afraid Hillary Clinton may have hurt her chances of becoming president. And it has nothing to do with Benghazi...
And then there's Lois Lerner, formerly of the IRS, now held in contempt of Congress by the House. There's a bunch of people who act like it's a big deal. The same kind of folks who thought holding Eric Holder in contempt was a big deal. Yeah, who even remember that one? Will anyone still be talking about Lois Lerner by our show on May 16?
Plenty else may come along to spark conversations between now and showtime.
Join us for the May 16th Don and Doug beginning at one o'clock Friday (Eastern Time). Phone calls, chat and tweets are welcome.
Ajna chakra is the location of the third eye which is the conscience.
The two physical eyes see the past and the present, while the third eye reveals the insight of the future.
The seed syllable is Aum, or "Pranava Om", the supreme sound.
When one establishes himself in the place between the eyebrows he goes beyond all the kinds of desires that motivate life
and impel one to move in many directions. All experience and ideas serve only to clarify one's perceptions in Ajna Chakra.
The plane of neutrality (Sarasvati) appears as a balance between solar and lunar energy within the body.
Ida (river Ganga, feminine, lunar) and Pingala (river Jamuna, masculine, solar) nerve energies separate from the Sushumna channel at the
Muladhara chakra, intertwine up through all chakras and meet with the Sarasvati, becoming one at Ajna Chakra. This brings the sense of oneness
and of unity with the cosmic laws that appear in the plane of austerity. They then again separate, running into the left and right nostrils. Negative
and positive, the components of duality, become equalized in Sarasvati, leaving a state of pure music and neutrality. One now becomes one-pointed;
he becomes knower of past, present and future.
Ida and Pingala are time-bound; up to the fifth chakra the yogi also is time bound, but as Ida and Pingala end here, the yogi moves into Sushumna, beyond time.
He is now in a state of nondual consciousness. The activation of Ajna chakra is said to lead to psychic powers (siddhis) such as clairvoyance. http://www.tantra-kundalini.com/ajna.htm
Join World Footprints as we catch up with our good friend Peter Greenberg at the Travel & Adventure Show in Washington, DC. Peter offers one very intriguing travel tip that is sure to raise some eyebrows. Then we’ll introduce you to Dr. Kelly Bricker, Chair of The International Ecotourism Society (TIES) and the Global Sustainable Tourism Council. Dr. Bricker will talk about the power of tourism and travel to implement positive change in society and we’ll get an update about the upcoming TIES conference. Our good friend Kelly Schulz with the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau treats Tonya to lunch and a great conversation about what’s happening in New Orleans. Finally, another good friend, Polish-born composer, guitarist and violinist, Lucas Lechowski (pronounced Le-hoff-ski) shares his unique artistry and musical styles with us.
Kelli O'Hara, Broadway star of The Bridges of Madison County joins host Robin Milling backstage at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theater in New York City. Kelli tells Robin her dressing room is decorated with photographic inspirations to put her into the mindset of Francesca like a map of Italy, an 18th century Italian sketch, as well as a picture of the actual Rosamund Bridge in Iowa where Robert (played by Steven Pasquale) and Francesa meet.
Born in Oklahoma on a farm where she chopped cotton and was the 'official lawn girl'; she and her sister would harmonize through the aisles of the cotton fields ironically singing 'Love Could Build A Bridge.' Kelli could tap into Francesca's farm life, but slipping into her lilting Neopolitan accent combined with a bit of Americana happens when she says 'Francesa,' puts on a brown wig over her blonde locks, darkens her eyebrows and wears a farmwife's dress. She also has a ritual on her walk to the stage of reading all the signs on the wall in her accent like, 'stage right,' or 'no toaster ovens please!'
Having a new addition to the family and loving relationship with her husband, Greg Naughton enriches her with love and emotion which she brings into the role of Francesca. She says, “I don't think I could've played this role without having what's going on in my personal life right now. You come to a place in your life where everything is just at the right time.”
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Photos courtesy of Joan Marcus
Minnesota Timberwolves NBA Podcast. Show your true blue and join the Explosion!"
Paladino and the Forecaster return to discuss a Timberwolves team that is very polar in how they play, they blow people out, or get blown out, and sometimes in the same game!! How a team can go 4-1 on a tough road trip, only to return home against a horribly underachieving Knicks and get blown out of the gym, definitely raises some eyebrows if they weren't raised long ago. The horrifying second half against the Nuggets the game before, turned out to be an indication of things to come. www.thesportsstuff.com www.theaudman.com "Like" Timberwolves Explosion on Facebook Follow us on Twitter: @wolvesexplosion
Natalie-Marie Hart is no typical 13 year old trying new hairstyles and nail polish.Wise beyond her years, Natalie-Marie is the host of Crystal Kids Radio, with topics ranging from MK Ultra and Mind Control to The Peaceful Solution Character Education Program and much more! No topic is taboo as she expands the minds of kids and adults alike. And now she is launching her own radio network! She teams up with her mother, Lisa Hart, to talk with Cori about home schooling, her new network, environment, GMO's, nuclear waste and the dangers of nuclear plants.They'll also discuss the new Canadian Referendum which seeks to separate Quebec from Canada and its implications to Canada and the world. And, by the way, her mother is no slouch. She has a long history in Canadian Government, accomplishing much and seeing some things that will raise a few eyebrows. She is a living historical figure, who Cori will welcome to the show next month to discuss those topics.
Television programming often aims to push the envelope as to what is acceptable and not acceptable in society. What is seen on TV is generally not accepted in society, but the more it's seen, the more people begin to accept it. Often, this is done through humor or through exaggerated behaviors. As we watch these again and again, we can become desensitized to them--things like violence, swearing, and other behaviors that our grandparents would have raised their eyebrows over. We can see this even in the influence certain shows, like Mad Men, have had on fashion and in other areas of our lives. Some people likely don't mind how television is changing society through its exaggerations of everyday life, but others will see it as a negative aspect of TV.
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